Monday, 19 May 2014

Red Campion



Another of our native wildflowers, the Red Campion, comes into flower typically as the bluebells begin to fade, but has a much longer flowering period, brightening our hedgerows, woodlands and verges right through until October.

5 comments:

  1. One of the first wildflowers I took the trouble to look up and learn from a book - and still a favourite.

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  2. All of your last posts, about nature and flowers , are absolutely exquisite! If I was a fairy, I'd like to live here too!

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  3. That's a pretty flower! I don't think we have that one over here!

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  4. I have them in my garden too...one of my favorites!

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